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NLP was developed in the mid-70s by John Grinder, a Professor at UC Santa Cruz and Richard Bandler, a graduate student. NLP, as most people use the term today, is a set of models of how communication impacts and is impacted by subjective experience. It's more a collection of tools than any overarching theory.

Much of early NLP was based on the work of Virginia Satir, a family therapist; Fritz Perls, founder of Gestalt therapy; Gregory Bateson, anthropologist; and Milton Erickson, hypnotist.


This file is part of the the NLP general information server Web site. It lists many NLP resources. It was originally written by Stever Robbins, with later additions from all over the place.



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Newsletters and Periodicals

Anchor Point

Fax: 303-841-8705

Anchor Point is probably the most well-known journal of NLP.

NLP of Japan

The Neuro-Linguistic Programming Association of Japan (NLPAJ) has a quarterly newsletter available through Larry Cisar. Snailmail address is:

Larry Cisar
NLPAJ Editor
427-3 Shimomakuri
Koshigaya-shi, Saitama
Japan 343


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